Municipalities of Querétaro

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State of Querétaro in Mexico.
Municipalities of Querétaro by INEGI code.

The Mexican state of Querétaro is made up of 18 municipalities (Spanish: municipios):

INEGI code Municipality Municipal Seat Area (km2)[1] Population (2005)[2] Population
density (/km2)[3]
Human
Development
Index
(2000)
001 Amealco de Bonfil Amealco 682.1 56,457 82.8 0.6803
002 Pinal de Amoles Pinal de Amoles 705.37 25,325 35.9 0.6659
003 Arroyo Seco Arroyo Seco 731.17 12,493 17.1 0.7029
004 Cadereyta de Montes Cadereyta 1,131 57,204 50.6 0.7074
005 Colón Colón 807.15 51,625 64.0 0.7036
006 Corregidora El Pueblito 245.8 104,218 424.0 0.8535
007 Ezequiel Montes Ezequiel Montes 298.28 34,729 116.4 0.7534
008 Huimilpan Huimilpan 388.4 32,728 84.3 0.6824
009 Jalpan de Serra Jalpan 1,185.1 22,025 18.6 0.7178
010 Landa de Matamoros Landa de Matamoros 840.1 18,905 22.5 0.6606
011 El Marqués La Cañada 787.4 79,743 101.3 0.7295
012 Pedro Escobedo Pedro Escobedo 290.9 17,007 58.5 0.7598
013 Peñamiller Peñamiller 694.9 56,553 81.4 0.7023
014 Querétaro Santiago de Querétaro 759.9 734,139 966.1 0.8560
015 San Joaquín San Joaquín 499 7,634 15.3 0.6593
016 San Juan del Río San Juan del Río 799.9 208,462 260.6 0.8035
017 Tequisquiapan Tequisquiapan 343.6 54,929 159.9 0.7827
018 Tolimán Tolimán 724.7 23,963 33.1 0.7096

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Spanish) Querétaro, Enciclopedia de los Municipios de México, Instituto Nacional para el Federalismo y el Desarrollo Municipal, SEGOB. Accessed on line November 16, 2007.
  2. ^ (Spanish) 2005 census, INEGI.
  3. ^ From area and population.

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